Philips Consumer Lifestyle team is one of the top 3 global electronics company. The group is composed of over 750 employees across 7 U.S. locations, and is united by the common goal of helping people achieve a healthier and more sustainable future. Driven by an insight-led research and development process, the team delivers break through innovations that redefine the B2C relationship across global markets.
The Consumer Lifestyle portfolio in North America covers a range of product categories including Men’s Grooming, Beauty, Light Therapy, Oral Healthcare, Mother and Child Care, Coffee, and Kitchen Appliances.
Fast Facts about Philips Consumer Lifestyle:
•Each day more than 1 million of our consumer lifestyle products are purchased by individuals and families globally
•Many models of Philips shaving and grooming products include Energy Star-rated battery chargers and packaging made with over 90% recycled content and from 100% certified renewable resources
•Nearly 80% of Consumer Lifestyle employee feel that Philips supports their desire to successfully balance work and family / personal responsibilities
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Philips Consumer Lifestyle group understands that people are the center of any successful innovation- whether it is the people that provide the necessary research-led insights or the people acting on them. While we can't control the quality of life consumers who inform our research have, we can control the well-being and experiences the people that transform them into industry leading innovation have under our roof.
That's why we recognize outstanding performance through internal programs like We are Philips and reward impressive quarterly outcomes with an extra day off. We also believe in living our health & well-being mantra by promoting work-life balance at all levels, and encouraging people to pursue their passions outside the workplace, so they can infuse the energy they derive from them into their work.
Take Eline de Graaf's story as an example- a decorated triathlete and Marketing Manager who uses inspiration and stamina to both carry her across the finish line at races and carry new male grooming product lines to the U.S. at Philips.
That's the people-centric mentality Eline de Graaf brings to work each day as a Senior Marketing Manager at Philips Consumer Lifestyle. She's delivering a new look to faces around the world for Philips Norelco users, with the same relentless spirit that drives her toward her next triathlon medal.
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When you look at a toothbrush or shaver today, you probably don't see your future in the center of it. But if you think of how you can increase the effectiveness and eco-friendliness of that product for others, you may start to. Just like the thousands of employees in over 100 countries around the world who are 'in it to win it' at Philips Consumer Lifestyle, you'll start to view and experience the products you rely on from morning to night in a different way. You'll starting appreciating them as means to improve every aspect of a person's day, and your own 9-5 routine all at the same time.
With our diverse product portfolio, and routine individual development planning cycles, a career with Philips Consumer Lifestyle will force you to challenge yourself in new ways, and open up gateways to work in many different industries, such as Health & Wellness, Domestic Appliances, Coffee, Personal Care, and Mother & Child care.
See how Rodney Capunitan has developed his career from a customer service role over a decade ago, to the position he excels at as a Senior Demand Planner today.
We get it. The role of work, and what you want out of it, has drastically changed over the years, and that's not a bad thing. Because to succeed in an industry that revolves around consumer health & well-being , you need to be working for more than yourself. You need to commit to being at your best for others every single day, and in doing so, leave a legacy behind that you're proud of.
Take Billy Marseglia's story as an example. Guided by his experience as a company commander in Iraq, he uses the leadership skills he's learned in the military as a means to help others realize their full potential within Philips Consumer Lifestyle. And that's something that will make him a hero amongst many for years to come.
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With a rich history of pioneering new technologies and turning them into meaningful innovations, Philips Consumer Lifestyle group has created and grown some of the world's most recognizable brands into market leading positions. Category-leading products available to consumers worldwide include the #1 recommended power toothbrush brand by U.S. dental professionals (Philips Sonicare), the world's #1 electric razor (Philips Norelco), and the preferred baby bottle brand by moms worldwide (Philips AVENT).
So how do we keep a spirit of continuous improvement even when we've reached the top? By never losing sight of the fact that we have the power to make an even bigger impact on a new life every day. Whether it's helping a child be more excited about brushing, instilling confidence in an adolescent male or helping a new mother assuredly nurture her infant, it's our passion and responsibility to use our resources for good. And we welcome others who share that passion to join us.
To learn more about how we are helping people live better and enjoy life, click here.
Or to express interest in being part of our meaningful mission, introduce yourself to our talent community by completing a short profile at https://philips.avature.net/talent.
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I have been working at Philips Consumer Lifestyle full-time
Professional, healthy working environment. Decent salary & benefits. Encourages growth & discussion of Career Path.
Very political. Tough to move up.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Philips Consumer Lifestyle (Hartford, CT) in January 2015.
I applied through my college career page. Took almost 3-4 weeks to get back and schedule the interview. I was interviewed by 2 professional who were Directors and Senior Managers in Operations and Supply Chain Management. Each interview was 45 mins long. Most questions were obvious ones such as behavioral questions. Was asked to go through my resume and they did ask few questions related to my answers. I was also given a case question to ask. The interview was followed by me asking few questions to the interviewer. This is a very important step. Please do ask questions at the end of the interview. Shows your interest and homework you have done.
- Below are the questions i was asked. Cant remember all of it but most of them i think i covered: Biggest Strength/ weakness Tell me about yourself Go through your resume. Most challenging job ever taken A bottle neck situation where you didn't know what to do A difficult person you had to deal with during your work. Below are few of the questions you can ask the interviewer: ) Who would make the ideal candidate for this position? 2) How will the work I’ll be doing contribute to the organization’s mission? 3) What were the best things about the last person who held this position? 4) What are three ways I can contribute to the company beyond the job description? 5) How can I best contribute to the department’s goals? 6) How do you see me best contributing to the corporate culture and morale? 7) What do you see as the biggest challenges of working here and how can I overcome those challenges? 8) What is your vision for where the company or department will be in one year? In 3-5 years? 9) How can I best help you and the team succeed? Answer Question
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Philips Consumer Lifestyle aims to make it easier for people to achieve a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle. Consumer Lifestyle’s insight-led research and development process delivers breakthrough, meaningful innovations that meet consumers’ most important needs. The sector’s rich history of pioneering new technologies has created some of the world’s most recognizable ...
Mission: Philips mission is to improve the lives of 3 billion people per year by 2025. Philips' employees pull from the passions, interests, and hobbies that create meaning in their own life to successfully change lives of others every day.
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